"Wow genius idea! Wwf hasbro figures with Motu heads, with some silver paint slapped on. So is that what 'Art toys' are all about? Lame. Easy pass." [sic] - I heard comments like this a couple of times now. The funny thing is, I never said I was doing "art". And I'd never call myself an artist. I'm just some toy enthusiast who found out that MotU heads look fantastic on WWF Hasbro bodies. Especially when painted in minimalistic color schemes. If this is called "art" or "not art" - I don't care! All I care about is to do the things I love. And if others are digging what comes out of this, I'm even more encouraged to do it! Regardless of what terms they might use to describe this.
Toys are my life (well, besides familiy and friends). This is why I started Toy Sector. My ambition is to do the things I love the most, and make a living of this. Yes, DO things, get shit done, that's most important of all! And there's a next level to just collecting and selling toys. It's to make toys, the ones you always wanted but never had. Not because your parents didn't allow you to own them, no. Because they never existed, and it's up to you to create them, because no one else is gonna make them for you.